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Asus M5A88-M EVO TurboV EVO Driver

Apr 29,3: First off I would suggest you list all of the temps in your room and computer using the same temperature scale Celcius is the easiest to understand when referring to computer temps so I took the liberty of going through your message and converted them See Edits above.

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That makes it a lot easier to understand what's going on. Quite frankly, I don't see any temps that look out of the ordinary.


The only one that looks at all high is the one place where you said the GPU got to 65C F and Asus M5A88-M EVO TurboV EVO not that bad. I would expect the GPU to reach that temp range while gaming with the stock cooler. As for your room temp, I would suggest you get a room air conditioner to keep your room at least closer Asus M5A88-M EVO TurboV EVO 21C 70F.

Personally, I would be more distressed at having to sit in a room at 27C 80F while gaming than worrying about how it affects the computer.

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I start sweating when the room gets above 23C 74F. Will do, I was just citing the temps I remember and in what format, for now I'll refer to them in Celcius.


I know, that's the weird part, all of my components even when under HEAVY load don't get that hot and from what I read the max temp for the FX is 65C and then it shuts down to protect itself but I've never ever had it close Asus M5A88-M EVO TurboV EVO that temp. My GPU Asus M5A88-M EVO TurboV EVO have a fan managing software and I did have a custom profile but when i reinstalled the drivers I had to stop the program from coming up, but the temp I posted about my GPU was close but not the hottest it's been, it's been to a max of 68C which is still within it's safe zone, the max you can go on this card is about 90C before it over heats and shuts down as people have said.

Considering I live in the High Desert, my room temperature isn't that bad, but I do agree, I wish to keep it cooler but alas I don't have the money for a single room AC unit, usually I put my fan in my window at night and it can get anywhere to about 10C or colder depending on how long I leave it on Asus M5A88-M EVO TurboV EVO and during that time I have no problems, but considering all of my components stay cool even when it's a little hot it still sounds like a Mobo issue.

I'm comfortable in about any temp unless it starts to hit 90F or higher, I used to live in Big Bear Lake for a few years and it would get really cold their, though I agree with you having to sit in a room at 80F while gaming might Asus M5A88-M EVO TurboV EVO distressing, I am far to worried about my PC getting hot to care as I haven't really been able to enjoy any of my games nor Asus M5A88-M EVO TurboV EVO I been able to continue building maps for the Source Engine or practice in Blender.

Lonestar, I just installed the very same mobo and I have AMD t unlocked to 6 cores with some small overclocking to 3.


I also installed 8 gigs of G. It comes with a mm fan.

I have Asus M5A88-M EVO TurboV EVO small case, so with any case that fits a full size mobo, like this, it will fit in the back where your exhaust fan now sits. This cooler not only cools the cpu, but has dropped the temps by an adverage of 10c. My cpu used to run around 45 at idle with stock cooler and the mobo was around c.

But now, the cpu is at idle and gaming, where it used to jump to 52 gaming.

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The mobo goes to gaming. So, it's been working great, and they are very quiet. Great investment and well worth the dough. Go to Newegg and read the reviews on this, and they just dropped the price a little.

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The cooler also gives you the option of adding a second fan to the front to pull the warm air in and go through the radiator and blow out the back by the second fan. A suck and blow situation lol- Check em out. Well, I lied, sorry. The price just went up.

Newegg had a sale going, but now they went up by about 2 bucks. This well built cooler is all you need to beat the heat. So, if you have a newer case with an access to the bottom of the mobo, great.

If not, the mobo has to come to mount this, and mine came out. Here's a partial video of the way it goes in the case. Yes I know this very well, I've installed many aftermarket fans and heatsinks and luckily a lot of cases have holes on the back like mine, but the hole on the back of mine Asus M5A88-M EVO TurboV EVO off the access a little bit so I would probably have to take the Mobo out anyways, my CPU is using it's stock cooler but instead of the original heat transfer paste I applied Arctic Silver Asus M5A88-M EVO TurboV EVO Thermal Compound to help a little bit.

Robspace1 Apr 30, I'm one of those old guys that never had that option as a young man.

They didn't have any! All that plays hard on a computer.

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